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Waves and Oscillation MCQs

Waves and Oscillation MCQs

1.Over-damping(gradual reduction of  excessive oscillation) is because of…

  1. arrhythmic return to equilibrium
  2. faster return to equilibrium
  3. equilibrium is never achieved
  4. slower return to equilibrium

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C

  1. Natural frequency of a guitar string can be changed by changing it’s
  2. stiffness
  3. area
  4. diameter
  5. length

 

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D

  1. In S.H.M(Simple Harmonic Motion) velocity at equilibrium position is
  2. minimum
  3. constant
  4. zero
  5. maximum

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D

  1. Maximum displacement from equilibrium position is
  2. Frequency
  3. Amplitude
  4. Wavelength
  5. Period

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B

  1.  Which one of the given cannot receive the4 ultrasonic
  2. Dolphin
  3. Human Being
  4. mouse
  5. Rat

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B

  1. A spring of force constant K is cut into two pieces such that one piece is double the length of the other. Then the longer piece3 will have a force constant of
  2. 3/2K
  3. 3K
  4. 9K
  5. 6K

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A

7.Displacement-time graph depicting(Represent by Drawing) an oscillatory motion is

  1. cos curve
  2. sine curve
  3. tangent curve
  4. straight line

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B

  1. Maximum displacement(action of moving some thing) from equilibrium position is
  2. frequency
  3. wavelength
  4. period
  5. amplitude

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D

  1. If time period of an oscillation is 0.40 s what will be it’s frequency is
  2. 2 Hz
  3. 5 Hz
  4. 3 Hz
  5. 5 Hz

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B

  1. In cars, springs are damped by
  2. shock absorbers
  3. engine
  4. tyres
  5. brake pedals

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A

  1. Our eyes detect oscillations up to
  2. 5 Hz
  3. 9 Hz
  4. 6 Hz
  5. 8 Hz

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D

  1. A force that acts to return mass to it’s equilibrium position is called
  2. frictional force
  3. restoring force
  4. normal force
  5. contact force

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B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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